McCrea, was sentenced Wednesday, a week after being found guilty to register as a sex offender — it was his third felony conviction for the crime.
State Department of Transportation Work crews have already cleared more than 2 miles of the highway near Mazama
A public hearing on the proposed vacation of a portion of Three Devils Road is set for 3 p.m. Tuesday in the commissioners' hearing room of the Grainger Administrative Building, 123 5th Avenue N.
Five children turned over to Child Protective Services as law enforcement officials raid two homes in conclusion of two-month investigation into Omak-area heroin ring.
The Tonasket School board has offered the superintendent position to Steve McCullough.
The Tonasket School board will meet at 7 p.m. tonight to name either Steve McCullough or Desiree Gould as the district’s new superintendent.
U.S. Highway 97 has reopened after being closed most of the day because of a fatal crash north of town.
U.S. Highway 97 is closed from milepost 213 in Orondo to milepost 235 at Chelan Falls because of a multi-vehicle crash.
The Open Government Trainings Act requires elected and other public employees to attend related workshops; four are planned in Eastern Washington this month
At a regular meeting Feb. 17, Ferry County Public Utility District commissioners agreed to processing their transformer oil.
Early this afternoon the state Department of Agriculture lifted the avian influenza (bird flu) quarantine zones in Riverside and Oroville.
Zachary Mostad slid through a stop sign, went on the road and hit a fruit tree near Orondo on Sunday.
The City Council presented Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers a check for $1,000 for the city’s support of the county’s K-9 Unit program last week at a regular meeting.
Ballots were counted Tuesday night. Another count is planned Friday, with certification coming Feb. 24.
Flooding, mudslides affecting rural roads throughout North-Central Washington